North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) welcomes new nursing students. Students in North Arkansas College’s Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) program will soon begin their clinical rotation at NARMC. Twenty-five students participated in orientation on Friday, Jan. 26. Students heard from VP and Chief Nursing Officer, Sammie Cribbs, representatives from NARMC’s Human Resource Department and NARMC’s nurse managers. This class will graduate from the LPN program in December 2
Working for the same company or in the same position for more than 20 years is almost unheard of today. According to Forbes, the average employee in today’s society stays at each of their jobs for about 4.5 years before moving on to another opportunity. Of North Arkansas Regional Medical Center’s 850 employees, several have called NARMC home for decades. Almost 22 percent of NARMC team members have been with the healthcare system for more than a decade while almost 9 percent
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center's staff was featured on KHOZ's Breakfast Club on Wednesday, Jan. 24. NARMC hosts the live broadcast every other week from its first floor lobby. Dr. Brent Rosson, Dr. Heather Bridges and Dawn Brown, BSN, RN were all featured on the show. You can catch another Breakfast Club live from NARMC next Wednesday, Jan. 31 from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Tune in to AM 900 or 94.9 FM.
It is flu season in our community. Since flu and cold symptoms are similar, it is important to know the difference. Simple hygiene techniques can help protect you and your family from illness. Keep the following tips in mind this winter: